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Information for Current Students

Course Offerings Fall 2015

Course # Description CRN Days Times Instructor
CSC 1401 Intro to Computer Science I* 1229 MWF; T 9:30-10:20; 8:30-10:20 Schielke
CSC 2301 Intro to Comp Org and Assembly* 1230 TR 10:30-11:45 Murphy
CSC/MTH 2305 Discrete Structures* 1231 TR 7:30-8:45 Staron
CSC 3303 Computer Architecture* 1232 MWF 11-11:50 Schielke
CSC 3306 Human Computer Interaction 1233 MW 4:00 - 5:15pm Oshana
CSC 3310 Topics in CS: Advanced C++ Programming 1234 TR 4:30 - 5:45 Eatman
CSC 4310 CSC Internship   N/A N/A

Schielke

*Required Class for CSC majors

Course Offerings Spring 2015

Course # Description CRN Days Times Instructor
CSC 1302 Intro to Computer Science II* 2305 MWF 9:30-10:20 Schielke
CSC 2303 Data Structures and Algorithms* 2306 TR 9-10:15 Schielke
CSC 3304 Networking 2307 TR 10:30-11:45 Murphy
CSC 3307 Artificial Intelligence 2308 MWF 1-1:50 Schielke
CSC 3310 Topics in CS: Data Analytics 2663 TR 1:30-2:45 Moliski
CSC 4310 CSC Internship 2310 N/A N/A Schielke

*Required Class for CSC majors

CSC Course Rotation

Every Fall CSC1301, CSC2301, CSC2305
Every Spring CSC1302, CSC2303
Odd Year Fall CSC3303, CSC3306
Odd Year Spring CSC3307, CSC3304
Even Year Fall CSC3305, CSC3311
Even Year Spring CSC3302, CSC3320, CSC 4405

Requirements for B.S. Degree (catalog year 2012-13 and later):

Major Classes Supporting Classes

CSC 1301
CSC 1302
CSC 2305
CSC 2301
CSC 2303
CSC 4405
CSC 3302
CSC 3303
CSC 3311
Plus 5 3000 level or higher
CSC (or MTH 4310) electives

MTH 2401
MTH 2402
MTH 2301
MTH 3311
REL 3333

 

Requirements for B.S. Degree (earlier catalog years):

Major Classes Supporting Classes

CSC 1301
CSC 1302
CSC 2305
CSC 2301
CSC 2303
CSC 3301
CSC 3302
CSC 3303
CSC 3311
Plus 5 3000 level or higher
CSC (or MTH 4310) electives

MTH 2401
MTH 2402
MTH 2301
MTH 3311

 

Recommended 4-year degree plans

(major and math required classes only, 2012-2013 catalog)

a can be taken anytime the first two years.
b  if needed
c students ready to begin calculus their freshmen year should do so

Students starting in the fall of an odd-numbered year:

Year Fall Spring
1st (odd fall) CSC 1301, MTH 2301a
MTH 1351 b
CSC 1302, MTH 1352 b
2nd (even fall) CSC 2301, CSC 2305,
MTH 2401c
CSC 2303, CSC elec,
MTH 2402
3rd (odd fall) CSC 3303, CSC elec CSC 3302, CSC elec,
MTH 3311
4th (even fall) CSC 3311, CSC elec CSC 4405, CSC elec

 

Students starting in the fall of an even-numbered year:

Year Fall Spring
1st (even fall) CSC 1301, MTH 2301a
MTH 1351 b
CSC 1302, MTH 1352 b
2nd (odd fall) CSC 2301, CSC 2305,
MTH 2401c
CSC 2303, CSC elec,
MTH 2402
3rd (even fall) CSC 3311, CSC elec CSC 4405, CSC elec,
MTH 3311
4th (odd fall) CSC 3303, CSC elec CSC 3302, CSC elec
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